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Route 3 days

3 días / 3 noches

Palombi, Palatine Hill, Colisseum, Forums, Monument to Victor Emmanuel II, La Montecarlo, Piazza Navona, Trastevere

DAY 2 Itinerario



Rome is an early riser and you can feel that particular aroma of coffee and cornetti—Roman croissants—from first thing in the morning. Palombi is a typical Italian café, and although it’s in the central Via Veneto, the prices are not exorbitant.
Adresse Vía Vittorio Venetto 114
Duration 30 minutes
Price €7 for breakfast

Palatine Hill

Nothing is more magical than Ancient Rome in the early morning light. With the same ticket you can visit the Colosseum, Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum. It’s best to start with Palatine Hill, the residence of emperors, to avoid the queues at the Colosseum.
Adresse Via di San Gregorio
Duration 90 minutes
Price €16


After Palatine Hill it’s the turn of one of the seven wonders of the world that will take your breath away. No one can be indifferent to this place that inevitably makes you think of gladiators and beasts battling it out in the arena.
Adresse Piazza del Colosseo 1
Duration 1 hour
Price €16


Gaze at the place that was the centre of political, social and religious life in the Roman Republic and Imperial Rome for over ten centuries requires imagination, but undoubtedly the ruins are charged with a special energy.
Adresse Via della Salara Vecchia 5/6
Duration 1 hour
Price €16

Monument to Victor Emmanuel II

One of the most visible monuments in the city, this building in Piazza Venezia contains the Altare de la Patria (Altar of the Fatherland) and the monument dedicated to Victor Emmanuel II. The best part of the visit is the views from the terrace.
Adresse Piazza Venezia
Duration 1 hour
Price €7 for the panoramic lift

La Montecarlo

Locals have lunch between 12.30 and 14.30. A traditional, affordable option is La Montecarlo, where you can eat a real thin and crunchy Roman pizza. It’s a 15-minute walk along Corso Vittorio Emanuele II.
Adresse Vicolo Savelli 13
Duration 2 hours
Price €12

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona with its three fountains is a work of art all by itself. The route continues to the square Campo de’ Fiori before it crosses the Tiber River at Ponte Sisto, one of the most beautiful bridges in Rome, with views of the Vatican and Tiber Island.
Adresse Piazza Navona
Duration 2 hours


A stroll through the rione of Trastevere must include a visit to the Basilica of Santa Maria, open until 20.00, whose square is always bustling. You really should experience dinner in one of this rione’s restaurants as well.
Adresse Trastevere